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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 22, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa
Cass county Best i july a netball so chief executive and Republican candidate Bays he will be f Able to free himself but the secretory talks for the Telegraph this afternoon i special to the Telegraph do july Polk county Rand jury today re turned my indictment against gov ernor1 Carroll charging criminal 11 the indictment u the out growth of articles alleged to Hare been incited by governor Carroll and published in Dea mines capital and other newspapers of the during the recent John cow Nile the indictment was re turned at 10 Oclock the governor was allowed in give Bond without appearing in the punishment for the alleged should conviction May be either one year in the county jail or a Fine not to exceed the specific libel mentioned comes out of charges made by governor Carroll in a letter Over Bis own the letter was published in the pcs Montes capital in its Issue of May 24 the charges made by the governor in the which charges Are a basis for the grand jury investigation Are three in number and in substance Are As follows governor charged that John Cownie a Metter of the Oard of control sold diseased cattle belonging to state of cloned basement with the girl for a few moments showing her where wanted the girls to put up a miss watcher testified that at no time had Cownie said anything in Ner presence or acted in any manner that could be improperly there seven members of the special grand jury which de the two them Are said to to one a prohibition two Stan Pat republicans and two progressive of this number the grand jury stood six for indictment and one against the the Man who re fused to sign the True Bill is a progressive the indictment was drawn up by county Tom Guthrie of Polk f state officer is indicted for criminal Ubel governor is mum his Secretary talks about the indictment returned today special to the Dea july c Secretary to the governor held the private office of the chief executive against All Comers a representative of the Atlantic Tele graph went to lunch with Secre tary Nye and asked him about Tiu the governor will not have any thing to say regarding the said the h Many not discuss it at depend upon the advice of his the governor however feels much burglar kills president at summer Home tragedy near this morning Man makes Good e80ape in dark no Clew to tie identity of the Mur Derer of president of the Monon Road l l nut b in trouble Over real estate Deal sets landed in Lincock Nebraska jail alleged he worked a Fum Flam wednesdays Dally special july the markets at South Thoj disturbed about the he declared that hese cattle responded to the tuberculosis test and that Cownie was guilty of an illegal act and of illegal conduct when he permitted the governor charged in his letter that John Cownie had been guilty of improper proposals to a number of girls at the Mitchell Vine Reform supporting this charge the governor presented tothe grand july four Affell alts but despite these the indictment was has known for several Days that it was he regrets it very much but still feels he is justified in All he did and that the four affidavits which he holds made bin mates of the Reform school were sufficient warrant in making the charges he the governor feels1 be will be cleared at the he is not so much disturbed on personal grounds As he is the Success of the ticket which he i John Cownie refused to make any governor Carroll against whom an indictment was returned in Polk county grand jury today resulting from the Cownie president of the Monon Kan Road was shot an instantly killed this morning at his summer Home near Miles North of the City on Lake the murder was committed by a burglar who escaped leaving no Clew As to his Lewis notes of interest the Lewis Alii in held their initiation last Friday evening at a vacant House the Pierce after Light refresh ments were the mor Gan a Voi delightful even ing was spent by and a Nice ride Home by Moon on a miss Grace Burn filter was an at lactic caller last wednesday miss Luclle Wolf returned Home from Atlantic wednesday after a Short visit her aunt Ray governor charged j statement for publication that John Cornio had bought goods for state institutions without first securing even a request for the goods from the Warden of the institutions for which the goods were the witnesses before the grand jury were As follows Henry judge member of the state Board of John member of the state Board of red Oak saturday afternoon to help Shindley for a Harris was an Atlantic caller Floyd Elston returned Home from Logan saturday afternoon after a Short relatives Byrne and daughter were Atlantic callers miss Anna Disbrow returned Home from a Alnut monday after noon where she has been nursing Bob Frazier whom they took Home last miss Beth matter came in from Logan saturday afternoon to visit her Uncle Elston and Brown left for North Dakota tuesday evening to visit her son Fred and Toepfer gives what a Farmer thinks says some of the automobile own ers of the county have got to take warning from tuesdays Dally the Telegraph is in receipt of the following communication which is signed and gives an opinion concerning fast driving by some of the Auto owners of the county july to the Public the Accident which occurred last Friday and resulted in the damage of about was caused by the unlawful running of they run on the country roads at the rate of 35 to 40 Miles an it does not give any Farmer a Chance to get out of the they Are the biggest nuisance that Ever was put on the Market and Are destroying Peoples proper they Are not satisfied with half Lincoln real estate Man has Mer Atlantic resident on swindle charge from wednesdays Dally special to the j july Nutt of Kansas City was Arreal and taken to yest Fth Day on the complaint of Nelson Mahan a real estate Man of Lejk according to Nutt traded him some property i ouster county for property in Cuya hoga the complaint states that the erty in Oklahoma was As having a farm House in Alfalfa and sixty acres under Tiva Tion besides other where As it was found by Mcmaff Iff after the Trade was made to Conall of land without any and Only ten acres that could psf a slyly be in addition Mahan paid Nutt 1300 Bonus on Trade which took place june Mcmahan tried to Stop the filing q the Transfer of the Ohio property aft Ter it was made but on he was informed that it had a Tab Nutt was formerly in the estate business his child pm reside Here being the grandchu4ffs of George Many local pedal is remember Woodmen Honor Cumberland dead Cedar Camps exercises Christian chair Ali was Well filled with those interested in the memorial services Secretary of the state Board of John former Mem Ber of the Harvey editor of the Register and editor of the Cedar Falls Howard editor of the Manchester Bernard editor of the Vinton miss Hattle Matron of the Mitchell Volle Reform managing editor of the Des Moines Paul reporter for Des Moines Dessle formerly an in of the Reform school and at present a Ward of Canon h Rector of Pauls episcopal Des miss it was had been standing with John Cownie when the latter had his Arm about her shoulder and his hand upon her the girl testified that she had had trouble with her eyes and that Cownie had placed his hand on her shoulder and held her head lifting the eyelid with the other and looking into the it had also been charged tha Cownie had been seen going into a Baw nent with the same be fore the grand jury it is asserted Mutaf with Beer testified that or Cownie had been in the Afore Meo i i i i misses Minnie and Mary Hopley i mrav John Montasue was an at lactic caller Snodgrass was a caller in Atlantic entertained a few Young ladies at their Home tuesday afternoon in Honor of miss Edith afternoon was spent in playing hearts after which a Dainty two i course luncheon was a very Wiota Foster was an Atlantic pleasant afternoon was spent by All caller wednesday special to the Telegraph july Cedar held its annual memorial service for deceased sovereigns in the first Christian Church at 3 Oclock last the members of the order met in to Weir Forest and marched to the Church which was Well filled with a representative audience in which the immediate relatives of Allen Frank Otis Hall and Mccarthy were the Camp occupied sittings in the front Center of the Large Alfred Council commander of the Camp presided and introduced the numbers of the elaborate pro the choir of the Church composed of miss Mabele miss Eva miss Bessie Dren Leon and with miss Dorothy Bilderback at the gave excellent musical Prewitt of the Baptist Church read the scripture lesson and the ritualistic poem used on such Occa Sions and Hignett pastor of the Christian Church served As Chap the memorial address was delivered by Schleh of National chaplain and lecturer of the the service was most impressive and will Ever remain in the of the throng of intent people that was Guy r if liar son came in from monday evening to visit his wife and baby at the Phillips Home for about two weeks after which they will All return to theh1 Vannor came in from Des Moines wednesday to join her husband Here for the Temple returned Home from Atlantic wednesday miss Rose Ebert went to reel Oak wednesday afternoon to visit her Friend Lulu she returned Home saturday Kelley and daughter Marjorie returned to their Home in saturday afternoon having spent six weeks Here visit ing Here sister Woodward and and Huff were at Lintio visitors and Cornell spent a few Days last week with friends in Marie Weigan of Anita was a visitor in Wiota Guy Taylor was an Atlantic caller and de Sheumaker visited with friends in Albert Schuab was an Atlan tic caller Dennis Conway and family spent sunday at the Ray Rice Marie Roe visited a few Days last Wnek in Atlantic with miss Helen Graham of Atlantic was a Wiota visitor Foster and her Mother Porter left wednesday for a weeks visit with friends in Nebras the Public they have it j it is becoming a far Mer is not Safe to Send his wife o to town without Runny in Mie risk of having their lives de they dont care whether a team runs f they see them hey laugh at them and a farm himself is Safe to go run Ning the risk of getting run Down these automobiles have destroyed More lives than All the railroads put together for the time that thesis automobiles have been in they want to run these Automo Biles let them do like the rally oaf company build their own the Farmers ought not to have to give their land for the Public High and paying taxes on them Kcjr these cussed things to run Philo Neff in a serious runaway i i team scares at Auto the Chine Man drives on without j a Stop Philo Carrier on route 2 out of met with a ious Accident this horse shied at an ran and dragged the mail Carrier Whf tried to save Bis mail in the Neff was shaken up a lilt is not seriously the dog go was torn the automobile or it is reported did not look at the have raised a message from Des Moines that the promoters of the red oaf and Des Moises interurban have raised of the needed As Des Moines share of the proposed new the prompt ers say that this is doing Aji they have been at work on the Ter Only a Short and Bumgardner and and Leland Stultz of Des Little boy came in from Omaha wednesday afternoon to visit a Short time with her other Graham Chris Guttenfelder and Little daughter Maxine came in from Avoca thursday afternoon to visit her sister Lou f miss Mabel Welty returned Home from Cedar Falls thursday evening having spent the past ten months there attending the teachers col Emma Jackson returned Home from a Short visit Omaha Bert Ellis and children went to Marne Friday to visit her parents and and Woodward re turned from their Western trip tues Day they spent most of their time in Idaho with their son Lulu Elliott came up from Moines were Wiota visitors a few Days last Joie Taylor was an Atlantic caller Gardner girl Hurt Florence Gardner about fourteen years of fell out of a Cherry tree at the Home of Clyde Campbell yesterday the girl got up in the tree to fix a swing and fell dislocating her left Campbell attended our Law makers Are All lawyers and they made Laws to suit they never Maiju what becomes of the common people whether they got killed or not just so they pay their Shore of the the Thresher Tuan when he puts his machine on the Public has to put a Man a Hundred yanks ahead to help a team go these automobiles ought to under the same some automobile men say horses have got to get used to then but a horse getting used to an automobile is just like a Man getting used to it ought to to a Penitentiary of any automobile Man scar ing a team ought to be punished i notice to them any automobile running Hereof Edna Grove and Smith and ters of Elliott came Over in to bet new car sunday and visited their daughter Frank Robert Hansen of bldg Awatef visited James Johnson saturday Darling from bldg Awatef and Harry Lewis of near sen visited the formers Briscoe James Burdett and son is of visited old friends Here the first of the week miss Josephine Dorsey Here thursday for a visit with he parents and Patrick Sofij sey a Short everyone is Busy making Hay of cutting Small Grain these Lester Harris Lester Harris aged son of Harris residing five and one half Miles North of the City was killed thursday morning by Rook Island flyer at the Buck Creek Cross the Accident occurred just As the weekly Telegraph was going to further announcement in Ter takes More than half the pub or dont Stop there will something take card of Thanki from wednesdays Dally we desire to thank our neigh Bors and friends for their kindness to us during the illness and follow ing death of our daughter i Phi Alpha dance Twenty couples enjoyed a form dance at the Home of ai4 Porterfield last the music was furnished by Rio and Whitmore were guests of Dainty refreshments were served Dun ing the the decoration were purple and the 910 George Omoth and wife town guests were flu and miss Iovu of Bora to and Jim 704 Olive Street monday baby it
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